INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
The pandemic caused by COVID19 has highlighted the discrimination and the communication and access to information barriers that deafblind women encounter, as well as existing resources and services for reporting situations of gender-based violence, that as we know, have arised during the confinement.
It is essential that our needs are taken into account so that we are adequately addressed, providing us the neccesary resources and for that, our needs must be known.
For all this, today, deafblind women we raise our voices and join the acts of revulsion acts that are held all over the world denouncing!
- Accessibility for deafblind women to specific telephone service 016 for reporting situations of violence against women, as well as emergency telephones 112, 091 of the National Police and the 062 of the Civil Guard.
- Equal accessibility to specific gender formations, webinars about dissability and those webinars specifically aimed at women and girls with dissabilities.
- Special atention and follow-up to those deafblind women who live in rural areas, giving them the necessary resources with the aim of ending with their isolation and loneliness, that due to the pandemic situation has been aggravated.
- Prioritazing the health care of deafblind women ensuring equal care as well as other women with and without dissabilities.
- Greater knowledge about the deafblindness and the different communication systems by staff that serve in gender-based violence, as well as in hspitals, health centres, nursing homes, day centres, etc.
Together and always united, we will keep working in order to sexist violence does not violate our rights as individuals and as women.
NO MORE VIOLENCE!!